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Record Book Committee Named

As I write this article I have just returned from my annual fishing trip to northern Manitoba. My longtime friend and hunting and fishing partner Tim Mulhollen reminded that this was our 20th year fishing out of the same outpost. Twenty years of memories, fishing stories and most of all, friendships. Over the years we have taken close to Continue reading Record Book Committee Named

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Grand Slams Are Now SCI Milestone Awards

Effective May 2017 the SCI Record Book Department will be changing the name of the Grand Slam Awards to SCI Milestone Awards in an effort to trademark all of our Continue reading Grand Slams Are Now SCI Milestone Awards

SCI Record Book News!

world record antler-measuring-100512SCI Record Book has a number of exciting events scheduled for the next few months.

Record Book is currently running a Roll Back Savings Special on their World Hunting Award Listings, Record Book Entries and Photo Entries through March 31st.

Send your entries now and save!

World Hunting Awards Fees – Normally $125 Now only $100 each

Record Book Entry Fees – Normally $35 Now only $25 each

Photo Entry Fees – Normally $20 Now only $10 each

Remember, these specials end on March 31, 2014!

 

March 31st is the deadline for Safari Magazine June Awards Issue. This issue features the World Hunting Awards achievements for the year. Get your entry in today!

 

Record Book will also be hosting 2 SCI Official Measuring Seminars. January 29th at the GSCO event in Reno, NV and February 1st at the Southeastern Outdoors Expo in Cary, NC. Check the Record Book website for details.

 

SCI’s Eye In The Sky

SCI’s Record Book and World Hunting Awards are a great way to document your hunting heritage and help fight poaching at the same time. Conservation and anti-poaching funds from the Record Book and World Hunting Awards Department support successful anti-poaching projects. One project that the SCI Foundation Conservation Committee and the SCI Record Book Committee helps to underwrite is a Microlight operating in Maswa. The Microlight provides an “eye in the sky” to help locate poaching and direct ground crews. From the air, pilots have observed poacher camps, snare lines and wildlife concentrations.

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